Monday, September 16, 2019

Review: Blue Skin: Book Four: A Vampire Dystopian Thriller by Steven Jenkins @Author_Jenkins

Blue Skin: Book Four
A Vampire Dystopian Thriller
By Steven Jenkins
Published: September 7, 2019
Publisher: Different Cloud Publishing
Genre: Dystopian, Paranormal, Fantasy, Horror, Science Fiction, Vampires


The World is Dying

Boarded-up shops, burnt-out cars and abandoned homes. The government hangs on by a thread. Looters control the day. And hordes of ravenous monsters own the night. 

Ben is out there somewhere, living with his vampire brothers and sisters, leaving Freya and Sean to hunt for him in the darkest of corners. But without money, food, or a real home, their chances of finding him feel impossible.

Amidst the chaos, a stranger reaches out. A new friend. An ally with the promise of a better life.  

But in a world this decrepit and dangerous, friends are a rare commodity. 

And just like humanity - trust is on the brink of extinction.

The fourth book in a 5 part vampire dystopian, thriller horror series

My Review:

Freya and Sean are looking for her brother Ben in a world that has been infested with blue skin vampires. A world where babies are born as blue skin vampires. Ben is a vampire and took off to live with others of his kind. The human race as we know it is slowly becoming extinct. Freya and Sean have been searching for Ben in old dark abandon buildings in places where vampires may stay.

Food and money is starting to run low, Freya is getting so tired of being hungry and sleeping in old mildew, smelly places. One day when they are out on a supply run they see a man and woman being attacked by humans and decide to help them. After saving the man and woman from those thugs the couple invites them to come and stay with them where they meet more people.

Blue Skin Book Four is action packed and filled with so much tension and excitement that it will keep the adrenaline flowing and the pages turning. Blue Skin Book Four takes you on a whirlwind journey as you follow Freya into vampire infested dens with fighting vampires and humans.

I love this new twist on vampires in this new Blue Skin world it just gets better and better with each book. The Blue Skin books are the kind of books that stay with you long after you have turned the last page leaving you wanting more. The world building is just so awesome and the characters are all wonderful people well at least most of them are. There are some that are evil and I 'm not talking about the vampires at this time.

I highly recommend Blue Skin Book Four to anyone who like vampires and dystopian worlds.

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